Crank Lucas raps about what exactly black holes are, how they are made, spaghettification and other complicated astrophysics!
“If you’re new here, my name is Andrew Huang and I’m a musician who works with many genres and many instruments – and I’ve also made music with many things that aren’t instruments like balloons, pants, water, and dentist equipment.” – @andrewismusic.
Mac Lethal has dropped yet another creative rap video, with the help of a few of his fans. He used a breathing technique called the Wim Hof Method to rap for as long as he can without breathing in!
“Have some fun, make some music. If it’s fun, that’s all that matters. I’m having fun, and I’m in the same room you’re all sitting in right now. I’m in the same place you guys are.” — Skrillex. This morning, Skrillex took to YouTube to debut The Same Place, a short film from Jas Davis and James Winterhalter featuring footage from all of Sonny’s tours and travels in 2016. The 11-minute recap reveals both the more public and intimate moments from the past 12 months, from dramatic, on-stage shots to private jam sessions and personal excursions.
The shoot for Young Thug’s “Wyclef Jean” music video sounds like it was a complete shit show: Cops threaten to shut down production, lawyers had to intervene, and Thugger, who showed up 10 hours late, refused to film a single scene. But rather than scrap the project, the minds at Pomp & Clout delivered an incredibly creative and hilarious masterpiece.
Little is known about Yung Mavu, a rapper whose Facebook page describes him as nothing more than “a young artist from Belgium,” but that hasn’t stopped him from dropping one of the hottest tracks of the new year. In a video that was released last week, Yung Mavu (who is reportedly only 16) spit some serious fire in track inspired by Harry Potter.
“I wanted to switch it up from the original so I combined these two incredible remixes! Let me know what you think, it was so much fun to play.” – @mattmcguiredrums. Shout out to BJ Mac reaching out and showing us the light!
ASADI strikes again. The self-professed purveyor of “Persian trap music” has turned to ‘Super Smash Bros’ as a source of inspiration for one of his clever remixes. It’s button-mashing time, with ASADI masterfully manipulating the glowing control panel on a sequencer situated on a desk in front of him. ASADI makes sure not to overstay his welcome. The whole thing is over in a minute.
Die Antwoord have shared the video for “Fat Faded Fuckface”, the fourth single from their September-released album, Mount Ninji and da Nice Time Kid. The twisted clip was directed by frontwoman Yo-landi Visser, and is – as you can probably expect – very NSFW. Expect a lot of boobs, some goat-human hybrids, and a flash of vagina.